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Hell [DVD]

3.8 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Hannah Herzsprung, Lars Eidinger, Stipe Erceg, Lisa Vicari, Angela Winkler
  • Directors: Tim Fehlbaum
  • Producers: Gabriele Walther, Thomas Wöbke
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: German
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Lions Gate Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 2 July 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00838N10M
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,218 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Hell is a Roland Emmerich produced post-apocalyptic film. It focuses on a few survivors in Germany, struggling to get on in a world where the sun has scorched the Earth and left it too bright to inhabit.

It was once the source of life, light and warmth. But now the sun has turned the entire world into a baked and barren wasteland. Forests are scorched. Animal carcasses line the roads. Even the nights are dazzlingly bright.

Maria, her little sister Leonie and Phillip are heading for the mountains in a car with tinted glass. Rumour has it that water can still be found there. It is a hazardous trip into the unknown. Along the way, they run into Tom. He turns out to be a first-rate mechanic and becomes indispensible. But can they trust him? The tension grows. As if things weren't bad enough, they are lured into an ambush and their real battle for survival begins...

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While reasonably put together and acted this is another low budget film that really needed more money to make it fly. Apparently the earth has heated up due to an unknown reason and we land into the story at what seems to be a significant amount of time later. There seems to be very little left of civilisation but we don't really know because the film concentrates on a small band of travelers attempting to get to the mountains where they believe they will find water. It does take a long time to get moving and once they stumble into a trap the story shifts to survival against people instead of against nature. It all becomes a bit tasteless (and unbelievable) when we find out what is really going on. The film is mainly shot in the dark so it can be difficult working out detail and the benefit of a Blu-ray transfer becomes marginal - but on the other hand the DTS-HD MA soundtrack is great. At the end of the day it just didn't do enough to keep the interest levels up.
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This is a post apocalyptic film set in Germany sometime in the future. The sun has scorched the earth, to the point where the ecology of the planet is falling apart. The fields are brown the forest have been burnt and the roads are littered with carcasses of dead animals. The search for food and water is the only thing that the survivors are interested in, that and not being attacked or killed by other survivors.

Into this mix are introduced Marie (Hannah Herzprung) and her sister Leonie who are travelling with erstwhile boyfriend Phillip. They have an old Volvo and have put blackouts on the windows to shield them selves from the rays and heat of the sun. Their aim is to head to the mountains as they have heard that you can still find water there. The supplies and fuel is running low when they hit a petrol/gas station. Only thing is someone is already there.

This is a film that is quite bleak and has constant tension running through out, in an almost unsettling way. The road trip soon runs into problems and once the extent of their situation becomes apparent, there is no going back. This is billed as a Roland Emmerich (`The Day After Tomorrow' and `2012'), but this is actually not like them at all, which is a very good thing. There is no over the top CGI, and the violence is not gratuitous, this trades on the psychological tension which means the audience does not have to have things spelled out for them.

It is in German with very good sub titles and runs for 86 minutes. Some will say it has echoes of `The Road', but it is a film in its own right and whilst it may not be the most original plot ever, it is certainly entertaining.
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By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 8 Jun. 2013
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The year is 2016. Solar activity has produced a hot bright sun (In German Hell is "bright.") There has been no crops for 3 years. Society has fallen apart and humans survive in bands seeking out food, water, and gas.

The plot involves three people, then four traveling down the road following the birds toward what may be water. At this point the production reminded me of "The Road" a rather boring scenario waiting for things to happen. They find themselves in a stew as the film becomes "Wrong Turn." They become captured by religious people who "have no livestock" but need to survive. The girls will make good wives.

The movie takes place in a gunless society. It is hard to fathom society has fallen that far in such a short period of time, but I just went with it. Fans of Nina's "99 Luft Balloons" will be happy to know her CD survives the apocalypse which BTW the title I bought this film under. The dual meaning of Hell=Bright doesn't translate and I guess "Bright" wouldn't bring out the horror.

The film doesn't make it as a slasher or horror film. It is a weak sci-fi thriller, perhaps attempting to be too realistic to be entertaining. It leaves itself open for a sequel, although outside of Leonie (Lisa Vicari) who reminded me of a young Jennifer Lawrence, I didn't relate to them.

PARENTAL GUIDE: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity. Attempted sex/rape. Hannah Herzsprung briefly running around in panties.
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A horror film if you're weary of the blood and guts type of horror. No blood no guts, just grim and a fairly sickening idea when viewed from the comparative comfort of the present.

I did watch it in three instalments. It would have been too much drudgery to watch in one go.

I don't want to spoil this for others, but this film's theme is nothing new.
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By Albatross TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 3 Mar. 2013
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Check on any review of the German film `Hell' and it'll tell you that it's a film `of two halves.' I can't really add much to that.

Set in the near future when the sun has scorched the Earth, leaving only a few survivors to scour the land for what they need most - in this case, water. We meet four of them as they travel across Germany, unable to set foot in the sunlight and doing much of the travelling at night, as they desperately look for the fabled mountain range where it still rains.

The first half is pretty good. It takes the whole `can't go out in the sunlight' idea and introduces many nice touches, i.e. how the characters have developed new patterns of living, plus how they ingeniously find various ways of getting more water (out of pipes, using cloths to soak moisture off cave walls and so on). Plus the acting is good. Everyone plays their part well and there isn't a Jar-Jar Binks among them (in other words, hideously annoying and unbearable to watch).

However, the second half kind of slips up on itself and turns the whole thing into a simple `escape from the baddies' movie. It even comes complete with `running through the woods' scene. Plus the idea of being unable to go out in the sunlight kind of gets forgotten about. The sunlight suddenly plays no real part in the second act, even to the extent that the characters are somehow able to run about it in with no real side effects.

What starts off excellent, just ends up being okay-ish. It's definitely worth watching, even if it's just for the nice atmosphere created and decent first half. If you fancy a German subtitled version of The Road, give it a try.

More like a 3.5 out of 5 star movie, but I'm feeling generous!
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